Three songs from Deadman and Digi Hartatak.
The Novelty of Nearsightedness is a different interpretation of another uncomplete song with a new beat.
Merlin is a weird remake of an old song with vocals from Deadman.
Does Not Compute is a new song about this cool preacher guy I came across on the internet, he really seems to be able to move the crowd!
Video for track 3
January 19, 2012
cover up jihad reviews
tired of seeing al queada videos so im burying the reviews
September 14, 2008
The Novelty Of Nearsightedness
Is really, really good ! I love both the melody and the understated but engaging piano. It might have been lifted by a middle eight to break things up a bit though, but it is still lovely.
You missed a trick with track three though...
You could have called it "The Right Reverend Reverend Wright" !
August 30, 2008
the Novelty of Nearsightedness is my favorite of the three, probably because the vocals came out much better than I had anticepated and the addition of a second duplicate part to the song with a killer beat.
the vocals to Merlin were done around the same time as Turned On and are a product of listening to too much Mike Patton and John Zorn and wanting to capture Mike's smooth melodic vocals mixed with his more aggressive abstract vocals, which din't turn out the way I planned it, mainly because Mike Patton had no involvement in the song at all. also there might have been an excess of unskilled effect use on the vocals as well, maybe I should leave the tech. stuff to Digi. over all though the song is an interesting listen and has redeeming weirdness.
Although I had no part in The Reverend Wright homage song I really dig its political statement and you can bug out to its funky beat.